Bible Prophecy: Literal or Allegorical

Responding to Ron Rhodes' The 8 Great Debates of Bible Prophecy Debate 1: Ron Rhodes asks, “Should Bible Prophecy Be Interpreted Literally or Allegorically?” Part 1. The Hermeneutics of Bible Prophecy: Literal or Allegorical? Knocking Down False Views This is the first of my responses to a series of debates put forward by Ron Rhodes… Continue reading Bible Prophecy: Literal or Allegorical

My Bible

Interpreting Scripture Correctly

Man’s form of religion is full of rules and rituals in order to reach God or Karma or a state of perfection. At best, it’s merely a hollow shell with empty promises. The Bible, by contrast, is not a burdensome book of religion; it’s the living Word of God. True Christianity is a dynamic ongoing… Continue reading Interpreting Scripture Correctly

Justice & Government

Government has a Mandate, and God has the Means

Here are some questions that we occasionally (maybe every 4 years) grapple with: Who to vote for? What are the candidates’ views on key issues? What are my views on these issues? And, most importantly, what is God’s mind on these things? What!? God’s mind!? Who can know that? Fortunately for us, God’s views, His… Continue reading Government has a Mandate, and God has the Means